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Scenes from the Past Magic Lantern Slide – Magic Lantern Slide Vintage Steam Engine Locomotive Train Railroad – 6 Inch Glass Tile

  • Dimensions (in inches): 6 H x 6 W x 1/4 D
  • Construction grade. Floor installation not recommended.
  • Image is printed on underside of glass
  • Clear glass finish
  • Clean with mild detergent

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Magic Lantern Slide Vintage Steam Engine Locomotive Train Railroad Tile is great for a backsplash, countertop or as an accent. This commercial quality construction grade tile has a high gloss finish. The image is applied to the top surface and can be cleaned with a mild detergent…. More >>

Scenes from the Past Magic Lantern Slide – Magic Lantern Slide Vintage Steam Engine Locomotive Train Railroad – 6 Inch Glass Tile

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Steam Engine Kit Marine Steam Engines Oiler Glass Live Steam Locomotive

  • The engine has been carefully manufactured. Steam cylinder Total length: 130mm Full size: 100mm Full-height: Width 85MM,Bore: 12mm Stroke: 13mm. Weight: 400g Output shaft : 5mm compact structure,which makes it very unusual, probably for paddle boats or land vehicles.Extremely well built with solid brass components. I’m sureit will be a violent engine components. It is Operate OK. (see photos) A very nice,original item.
  • Our product have to import from China and rather spent a time for shipment. If some mistake happen between shipment please contact us immediately. Because all of your problems is our responsibility. Thank you so much.

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Steam Engine Kit Marine Steam Engines Oiler Glass Live Steam Locomotive

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LINKIN PARK – CASTLE OF GLASS MUSIC VIDEO [HD]


“Castle Of Glass” felt like the biggest game-changer. Over an almost alternative country melody,Shinoda sings “Take me down to the river bank… wash the poison off my skin…show me how to be whole again.” It’s one of the most straight forward tunes that the band has done with a traditional song structure. Bennington and Shinoda sing together as their voices, and desperation, rise, “I’m only a crack in this castle of glass.” Much of the record was expected and then “CASTLE OF GLASS” ended our session. Looking over my scribbled text, I can make out “Americana” and “Bayou.” Think of it as what you love about LP and throw in a pinch of folk. With Chester’s horror movie past, we might hear this one in a spooky scene soon. As it played I could imagine youths terrified and running to the pace of the song as “…take me down to the river bend” filtered through their doom; it gave off an eerie feel. The melancholic “Castle of Glass” offers a steam-engine chug and a mountain of sound while Shinoda sings about being but a small crack in the titular edifice, illustrating belonging and futility in the same stroke. © WMG 2012 LiveForLinkinPark Productions Lyrics : Take me down to the river-bend Take me down where the fighting ends Wash the poison from off my skin Show me how to be whole again Fly me up on a silver wing Past the black where the sirens sing Warm me up in the nova’s glow And drop me down to the dream below Cause I’m only a crack in this castle of glass Hardly anything

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Blenko Glass hosts annual festival beginning Friday

Blenko Glass hosts annual festival beginning Friday
For craft-lovers and do-it-yourselfers, Milton is the place to be this weekend as Blenko Glass Co. hosts its 3rd Annual Festival of Glass. The event features hands-on classes beginning at 8 a.m. and lasting through the afternoon both Friday, Aug. 6, and Saturday, Aug. 7.

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